ACEs Survey

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ACEs Survey
Adversities affect us all in one way or another. Resilient KC would like to understand the prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on the community’s overall health in the Kansas City region.  
 
Recent research has revealed a strong relationship between ACEs and conditions such as heart disease, smoking rates, depression.  
 
By taking this survey, you are helping the Kansas City community work on becoming more aware of the impact of trauma on the people who live here but also learning more about yourself.
 
All information is anonymous.
Estudio ACEs
Adversidades nos afectan a todos de una manera u otra. Resiliente KC le gustaría conocer la prevalencia de experiencias infantiles adversas (ACE) en la salud general de la comunidad en la región de Kansas City.
 
Investigaciones recientes han revelado una fuerte relación entre las ACE y condiciones tales como enfermedades del corazón, las tasas de tabaquismo, la depresión.
 
Al tomar esta encuesta, usted está ayudando a la comunidad trabajan Kansas City el cada vez más conscientes del impacto del trauma en la gente que vive aquí, sino también aprender más sobre sí mismo.
 
Toda la información es anónima.



What Does My Ace Score Mean?


Total ACE Score: As your number of ACEs increases, your risk of poor health outcomes increases.
 
The higher your score, the more likely you are to experience negative Behavioral, Physical, and Mental health outcomes in life.
 
Possible Risk Outcomes
 
The good news: there’s HOPE, and plenty of it! You are NOT just a number. Your ACE score does NOT define you.
 
The more RESILIENT you are, the more likely you are to BOUNCE BACK after experiencing one or multiple adverse childhood experiences.
 
Check out the ‘What Does Your Resiliency Score Mean?” chart to see how easily you’re able to BOUNCE BACK.

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